Philpot-Randall Family Papers 1726-1936, MS. 2816

 

Finding Aid to the Philpot-Randall Family Manuscript Collection, 1726-1936 

MS 2816

H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society

 

Collection summary

Title

Philpot-Randall Family Manuscript Collection, 1726-1936 

Creator

Philpot, John (1801-1879)

Call number

MS 2816

Inclusive dates

1726-1936

Bulk dates

1850-1900

Extent

6 Box

Abstract

Summary: Collection of manuscript items, legal documents, correspondence

 

Administrative summary

Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library

Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument St.

Baltimore, MD 21218

www.mdhs.org

specialcollections@mdhs.org

Access restrictions

There are no access restrictions

Use restrictions

Permission to quote must be received in writing from the Special Collections Librarian.

Provenance and Accession numbers

 

Processing note

Finding aid updated by Iris Bierlein, Fall 2011.  Original finding aid created by Faye Haskins, Fall 1991. 

Items removed from collection

Catalog entry indicates a collection of glass plates, coins, and medals missing to date  Other photographic material was transferred to Graphics in 1974 and is now housed in PP 248

 

Biographical Sketch

The Randall and Philpot families are among the most prominent and influential families in the history of Baltimore City and County. Brian Philpot, Sr., son of John Philpot of Stamford, England established the Philpot family in this country. He came to Maryland in 1734 with a special license from King George II to conduct business and became a prominent and successful merchant in Baltimore before the revolution.

His son, Brian Philpot, Jr. (1756-1812) was a Revolutionary War soldier and prominent Baltimorean. Philpot Street in Baltimore is named after Brian Philpot, Jr., the patriarch and first generation of Philpot's born in this country. The street which runs from Jones Falls to Thames street stands on a portion of substantial lands purchased by Brian Philpot and received the name as early as 1765; additionally a bridge, a point and a hill were named after Mr. Philpot who was Commissioner of Baltimore Town at the time. Brian Philpot, Jr., married Elizabeth Johnson and their children were Brian, Mary Ann, John, Elizabeth, Clara and Edward.

John Philpot (1801-1879), second son of Brian Philpot, Jr., received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Schnectady, New York in 1821, studied law with Judge Dorsey and eventually moved back to Baltimore to begin the practice of law. In 1829 John married his cousin, Susan Isabella Stewart and their five children were Mary D., Thomas, Elizabeth B., Catherine and Anna. John Philpot took an active role in the political, civic and business affairs of Maryland and Baltimore City and County and counted among his friends, family and associates many influential Baltimore citizens, including Nicholas Merryman, the Reverend John Blanchard, and members of the Stewart and Buchanan families. As an admirer of Henry Clay he ran as the Whig candidate for Congress in 1844 but went down to defeat with the Whig Party. He became a democrat after the Whig Party dissolved. He also held the positions of Commissioner of Insolvent Debts and Registrar of Wills in Baltimore County and was one of the first directors of the Susquehanna Railroad. John Philpot lived a long and successful life, dying of paralysis at the age of seventy-eight in 1879. His only son Thomas Philpot succeeded his father as Registrar of Wills for many years and was greatly admired for his service to the community.

The Randalls and Philpots share a common lineage through John Philpot and his sister Elizabeth Philpot Blanchard whose daughter Elizabeth Blanchard Randall married Alexander Randall. Alexander Randall (1803-1881) was a prominent lawyer and businessman in Annapolis. He was a U.S. Congressman (Whig Party) from 1841 through 1843 representing Anne Arundel and part of Howard County as well as sections of Baltimore City. As a strong Unionist, he served from 1864 through 1868 during the Civil War and Reconstruction era as Attorney General of Maryland.

Alexander Randall and Elizabeth Blanchard Randall (1827-1896) had seven children, Blanchard, Burton, Elizabeth, Henry, Daniel, Wyatt and Adelaide. Their son Blanchard Randall (1857-1942) was a prominent businessman in the firm of Bill and Fiske in Baltimore and a philanthropist who served on the City-Wide Congress held in 1911 to establish the Baltimore Museum of Art. Wyatt Randall, another son, was a distinguished and well-respected chemist and science educator. In both his teaching and professional career as a public health official, he advanced and promoted better public health and hygiene programs. Daniel Randall, Alexander Randall's closest brother served in two wars and as a paymaster in the Army traveled to many of the newly settled outposts of the West's early history.

Susan Katherine Brune (1860-1937), wife of Blanchard Randall, was the great-granddaughter of Ambrose Clark, a prominent Baltimore merchant who traded with the West Indies and Europe in the late 18th and early 19th Century.

See also the Brune-Randall Family Papers, MS 2004.

 

Scope and Content

The Philpot and Randall families share common ancestry as well as the distinction of being among some of the most influential political, business and civic-minded families in Baltimore City and County. The Randall-Philpot family papers span over 200 hundred years, with the earliest document dated 1726 and the latest 1936, although the bulk of the documents cover the mid to late 19th century.

The papers of John Philpot provide the majority of the documents in the collection. Although his life spans from 1801 through 1879, most of the documents in the collection cover only the years from 1820 through 1850. The rest of the collection contains a substantial number of letters received or written by Susan and Mary D. Philpot and numerous Randall family members. In addition to these letters there are a diary, poem, civil war documents, reminiscences, a land grant, genealogical materials and miscellaneous receipts in the papers of the Randall family.

John Philpot's papers include legal documents, personal and business correspondence, and receipts and accounts of his business dealings. His legal, civic and political activities during this period brought him into contact with the political affairs and influential citizens in Baltimore City and County before the outbreak of the Civil War.

Mr. Philpot as a practicing lawyer left papers from his law practice as well as personal and family legal documents. Within his papers is an array of legal documents representative of a legal practice in the early 19th century, including interrogatories, a civil complaint, case files of an insolvent debtor, a probate file, and various other court filings. John Philpot seems to have had a string of bad luck in the 1830s and his papers indicate outstanding debts generated a series of warrants for his arrest for bad debts. It is ironic that John Philpot was appointed Commissioner of Insolvent Debts for Baltimore County; among his papers are a series of notices to insolvent debtors. A certificate in the collection indicates that John Philpot was not admitted to the Bar of Maryland until 1837. There are also a number of wills of family members and friends and land deeds, surveys and leases of some of the property held at one time by the Philpot family, including Nicholson's Manor, Shoemaker Hall, Gunpowder Mills, Phoenix Manufacturing and Rockport, the family home. There are a series of manumission papers, dated 1836 issued by Stephen Brooke freeing two of his female slaves; bills of sale for Negro slaves, owned primarily by the Philpot family, are also included within the legal papers.

Among his business and personal papers, there are a representative sample of account ledgers with local Baltimore businessmen, including a boarding house bill and the other accounts listing the purchase of many household items and clothes. Undated incoming letters (probably around 1830) from his brother-in-law, the Reverend John Blanchard of St. John's Parish, discuss Episcopal church politics. Other incoming letters to John Philpot cover a variety of business affairs and political matters, including, among others, the election of Andrew Jackson, influence of Henry Clay, construction of the Erie Canal, nullification, National Bank question, the Nat Turner Rebellion, and southern attitudes during the period. Personal letters from his brother, Brian and his mother Elizabeth indicate that John was having financial problems sometime between 1834 and 1839.  Miscellaneous memorabilia of John Philpot include his diploma awarding the B.A. degree, advertisements, notes and other miscellaneous materials and memorabilia.  The documents cover only the period 1839-1843, but list an interesting series of legal, religious and classical editions of books popular at the time.

The remainders of the papers of the Philpot family included in the collection are those of Susan Stewart Philpot, John Philpot's wife and Mary D. Philpot, his daughter. Letters to Susan Philpot are from her sister Mary, her friend Mary Burkett, and her husband written to her when she was a young woman and newly-married. Her only outgoing letter is from her new home in Stamford to her friend Katherine Stedman, a native of St. Thomas. The letter indicates her close association with important officials on the Island of Bermuda, including the Governor. There is also a poem written to her when she was still unmarried, and a travel diary of her trip through Bermuda, Panama and Santa Cruz from 1827 through 1828 before she was married. Mary Philpot's correspondence from 1881 through 1882 is to female family members written while she was on an extensive tour of European cities, including Dresden, Munich, Venice, Rome, Naples, Paris, York and Inverness.

The remaining documents are the papers of the Randall family, the majority of which is correspondence generally covering a later period, 1860-1936. The papers of Daniel Randall, his brother and sister-in-law, Alexander and Elizabeth Blanchard Randall and their son Blanchard Randall are the more interesting and larger portions of the Randall family papers.

All outgoing correspondence from Daniel Randall is to his brother Alexander Randall of Annapolis.  Daniel, as a paymaster in the Army, wrote from various army outposts including Tallahassee, Florida; Cincinnati, Ohio; Corpus Christi, Texas; and Fort Lincoln, Nebraska.  His letters provide a picturesque description of the landscape, the Native American tribes and matters taking place in the settlement of these areas from 1826 to 1850.

Alexander Randall's letters to his wife Elizabeth Blanchard Randall cover a 20 year period beginning just before the Civil War in 1861. The content of the letters ranges from vivid personal accounts of the Baltimore Riot and the Civil War, to discussion of routine personal matters. There is a series of letters to Gerard Hague of the Gas Light Company, discussing the installation of artificial light in the City of Baltimore around 1880. Alexander Randall served as Attorney General of Maryland during the Civil War and in that capacity his papers include a letter signed by Vice Admiral of the Navy Daniel O. Porter with a copy of same to Gideon Welles, and military draft orders issued by Lincoln. There are documents dated 1864 from the U.S. Board of Claims indicating that Elizabeth and Alexander Randall will be compensated for slaves they owned who had enlisted in the U.S. Army. A land grant from the United States Government to Alexander Randall for property in Edwardsville, Illinois dated 1838 is included.

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall's correspondence includes letters to her husband at the beginning of the Civil War, numerous personal letters to and from family and friends throughout her life, including her sons, Wyatt and William Blanchard (W.B.) and grandson Blanchard. A typed transcription of letters written in 1884 about her extended European vacation includes descriptions of the ocean voyage and trips to London, Cambridge, Rome, Amiens, Rheims, and lastly Oxford University. There she and her son Wyatt, a young scientist, attended the annual meeting of the British Association, a scientific organization which has held annual conferences for scientists as well as lay persons since 1831. She describes the events and speeches of such famous scientists as Lord Kelvin, Professor Thomas Henry Huxley (grandfather of Aldous and Sir Julian Huxley) and Lord Salisbury, Chancellor of Oxford.

Blanchard Randall (1857-1942), son of Alexander Randall and Elizabeth Blanchard Randall, was a prominent Baltimore businessmen and philanthropist. Letters written to Blanchard Randall are from all over the globe and from illustrious businessmen and politicians as well as family members, including: Lee Pepper, U.S. Senator; Newton Baker, Secretary of War; Daniel Willard, President, B& O Railroad; and Charles Bonafant, President of Yale. The period of time is from 1891 through 1936 and the letters cover his business dealings, work with the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, and the construction of the Baltimore Museum of Art. There are also some interesting typewritten reminiscences of his childhood experiences of the Baltimore Riots of April 19, 1861, and his family's acquaintance with General Lee and Jefferson Davis.

The collection also includes lesser amounts of correspondence from various Randall, Brune and Stewart family members. These family members include John, brother to Alexander Randall, his sons Burton, Daniel and Wyatt and Blanchard's wife, Susan Brune Randall and Susan's father, Frederick W. Brune.

The Papers of Ambrose Clark are included in this collection. Mr. Clark was a Baltimore merchant who traded with the West Indies and Europe. These 18th Century documents include receipts, correspondence and shipping invoices of a sailing vessel. Ambrose Clark was the grandfather of Frederick William Brune and great grandfather of Susan Brune Randall.

Biographical materials include the Buchanan-Philpot-Stewart genealogies, family obituaries, and tributes to Randall family members. Other miscellaneous memorabilia include an autograph of Governor Smallwood and an inventory of property for Rebecca Nicholson.

 

Philpot-Randall Family Papers

The Philpot-Randall family papers were donated to the Maryland Historical Society and Library by Randall Beirne. The first donation in 1988 contained papers of both the Randall and Philpot families while the second donation in 1991 included the only the papers of John Philpot. Recognition should also be given to Cameron Slack, a descendent of both the Randall and Philpot families, for the initial donation in 1988.

Literary rights of the unpublished writings contained in this collection have been dedicated to the public. Access to the papers in this collection is unrestricted.

 

Series Description

Philpot-Randall family papers consist of 6 major series:

I     Business and personal papers of John Philpot

II   Correspondence and papers of Susan and Mary Philpot

III Papers of David Owen, bookseller in Baltimore

IV Papers of Randall family members consisting mostly of correspondence

V   Papers of Ambrose Clarke

VI Biographical and genealogical materials

Although the papers in the collection range from 1726 through 1936, the bulk of the papers cover the years 1825 through 1880. Each series is divided into appropriate subseries as listed below. Arrangement is generally chronological except as noted.

Series I: John Philpot Papers, 1726-1894 (Approximately 3 boxes)

Legal Papers, account ledgers and books, business and personal correspondence, business and personal invoices and receipts, and miscellaneous papers and memorabilia. Arrangement within each subseries is chronological with undated documents last. Additionally, there are distinctive subject divisions within the legal papers subseries. The majority of the documents fall within the dates 1820-1850.

Subseries 1: Legal Papers, 1726-1894 (1 Box)

This subseries is divided into wills, deeds, leases and surveys, court documents and case files, and miscellaneous legal documents. Documents included are wills, leases, land surveys and deeds, a fire insurance policy, interrogatories to a party in a lawsuit, complaints, various court documents, bank charter and by-laws, promissory note, debt notices from Commissioner of Insolvent Debts, creditors list, arrest warrants, debt notices from Court, John Philpot's admission to the Bar, Petition to appoint Justice of the Peace, manumission papers and bills of sale for slaves, and other miscellaneous legal instruments. Arrangement is chronological within each subject division.

Subseries 2: Account Ledgers and Books, 1827-1845 (Box 2, folders 1-5)

Account ledgers with local merchants, ledger book and bank book of John Philpot. Arrangement is chronological.

Subseries 3: Correspondence, 1824-1840 (Box 2, folders 6-16)

Incoming letters concerning both business and personal matters, one outgoing business letter and various other letters written by associates and friends concerning John Philpot's affairs. Arrangement is chronological.

Subseries 4: Receipts and Invoices, 1825-1846 (Box 3, folders 1-15)

Personal and business invoices, bills and receipts for merchandise, services, and debts of or for John Philpot. Arrangement is chronological with undated documents first.

Subseries 5: Memorabilia, 1821-1840 (Box 4, folders 1-8)

Diploma, advertisement, notes, stamp book, recipes, slate of presidential electors, and other memorabilia.

Series II: David Owen Papers, 1839-43 (Box 4, folders 9-18)

Business receipts and correspondence of David Owen, bookseller of religious and legal books. Arrangement is chronological.

Series III: Susan and Mary Philpot Papers, 1827- 1882 (Box 5, folders 1-10 folders)

Outgoing and incoming letters, a poem and travel diary of John Philpot's wife, Susan, and outgoing letters of his daughter, Mary D. Philpot Arrangement is chronological under each family member with undated documents first.

Series IV: Randall Family Papers, 1811-1936 (Box 5, folders 11-29; Box 6, folders 1-18)

Incoming and outgoing letters for each family member, a military order, will and executors' accounts, land grant, passport, typed transcription of letters, and reminiscences. Documents are arranged chronologically with undated documents first under each individual family member except that family members with smaller amounts of materials are grouped together. The majority of the documents fall within the dates 1850-1930.

Series V: Ambrose Clarke Papers, 1796-1810 (Box 6, folders 19-22)

Receipts, correspondence and the shipping invoice for sailing vessel of Ambrose Clark, a Baltimore merchant who traded in foreign commodities in the late 18th and early 19th Century.

Series VI: Biographical and Genealogical Materials (Box 6, folders 23-27)

Newspaper clippings of obituaries and special family mementos, Governor Smallwood autograph, genealogies of the Philpot, Stewart and Buchanan families, inventory of property and other miscellaneous items. Arrangement is generally chronological with undated documents first.

Container List

Philpot-Randall Collection, MS 2816

Description

Folder

Box

 

Box 1 John Philpot Papers

Will - Elizabeth Wisner, 1815

1

1

Will - John Gorsuch, 1838

2

1

Will - Stephen Brooke, 1839

3

1

Will - John Philpot, 1880

4

1

Will - Thomas Philpot, 1894

5

1

Survey - Shoemakers, Hall, 1726

6

1

Deed - W. Welch to Taylor, 1756; Taylor to Barnsly, 1712

7

1

Survey -Anderson to John Philpot, Gunpowder Mills, 1787

8

1

Lease -Thomas Rutter to Solomon Hook, Shoemaker Hall, 1811

9

1

Deed - Fayette Johnson to Brian Philpot, Nicholson Manor, 1821

10

1

Deed - Solomon Hook to John Hook, Shoemaker Hall, 1822

11

1

Release - Solomon Hook to John Hook, Shoemaker Hall, 1825

12

1

Lease - Solomon Hook to Gibbs, Shoemaker Hall, 1825

13

1

Deed - Charles and Pricilla Cooper, and Elizabeth Merryman to John Anderson, Gunpowder Hall, 1828

14

1

Survey -Nicholson's Manor, 1829

15

1

Deed - Brian Philpot to John Philpot, Nicholson's Manor, 1829

16

1

Deed - Brian Philpot to John Worthington, Nicholson's Manor, 1829

17

1

Deed - Williams Gibbs to Michael Alder, 1831

18

1

Sublease - John Magn[y]s to John Philpot, Regarding a sub-lease to a Garrett[i]on Jones, 1831

19

1

Deed - Daniel Freeland to Scott Cole, 1834

20

1

Deed - Elisha Johnson to John Philpot, 1837

21

1

Deed - Eli Price to John Philpot, Gunpowder Mills, 1841

22

1

Deed - Eli Price to John Philpot, Gunpowder Mills, 1842

23

1

Deed - William Mayo to John Frazier, 1869

24

1

Deed - Phoenix Mfg to John Philpot, 1870

25

1

Deed - John Philpot to Thomas Philpot, Gunpowder Mills, 1874

26

1

Deed - Elizabeth B. Philpot to Thomas Philpot, Rockfort, 1889

27

1

Levi Lamott Papers, 1829-1838

28

1

John Everitt Papers, 1830-1833

29

1

John Everitt Papers, 1834-1835

30

1

Court filings and agreements (Miscellaneous) 1828-1863

31

1

Legal Notices for Debts and Arrest Warrants, 1828-1845

32

1

Petition to House of Delegates for Baltimore County Court, undated.

33

1

Petition to Appoint Armacast Justice of Peace, undated

34

1

Fire Insurance Policy, 1830

35

1

Charter and By Laws of Hereford Bank, 1833

36

1

Bills of Sale for Negro slaves, 1824-1847

37

1

Manumission papers, 1836

38

1

Promissory Notes, 1837, 1843

39

1

John Philpot Admission to Bar, 1837,

40

1

 

Box 2 - Account Ledgers, Account Books and Correspondence

Account Ledgers, 1827-1830

1

2

Account Ledgers, 1831

2

2

Account Ledgers, 1832

3

2

Account Ledgers, 1833-1845

4

2

Account Books, 1833, 1838

5

2

Letters - Blanchard, John to Philpot, John, n.d.. (9 items)

6

2

Letters - Philpot, John to Messers. Ward and Hoyt, Attorneys at Laws, New York, 1828

7

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, 1756-1826 (4 items)

8

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, 1827-1829 (6 items)

9

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, 1831-1833 (11 items)

10

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, Jan.-Mar. 1834 (5 items)

11

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, Apr.-Aug. 1834 (4 items)

12

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, Oct.-Dec. 1834 (6 items)

13

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, 1835-1840 (9 items)

14

2

Letters - Incoming to Philpot, John, n.d.. (5 items)

15

2

Letters - Miscellaneous Letters Regarding John Philpot, 1829-1838 (4 items)

16

2

 

Box 3 - Receipts and Invoices

 

 

Receipts and Invoices - 1825-1829 (11 items)

1

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1830 (16 items)

2

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1831 (23 items)

3

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1832 (19 items)

4

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1833 (15 items)

5

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1834 (21 items)

6

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1835 (14 items)

7

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1836 (26 items)

8

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1837 (7 items)

9

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1838 (32 items)

10

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1839 (10 items)

11

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1840-1844 (29 items)

12

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1845-1846 (21 items)

13

3

Receipts and Invoices - 1906-1918 (5 items)

14

3

Receipts and Invoices - n.d.. (21 items)

15

3

 

Box 4 - Ephemera and David Owen Papers

Philpot, Susan [?] - "Key to the Measure", How to take the measurements for clothes, n.d..

1

4

Philpot Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.. (3 items)

2

4

Recipe - Macaroons, n.d..

3

4

[S]ater, Ephraim - Explanation of a horse-powered mill, n.d..

4

4

Ephemera - Train Schedule Baltimore/Annapolis; Stamp Book; Tag from Jas. Edwards Seller of Fruit, Oysters, Poultry and Produce, n.d.. (3 items)

5

4

Ephemera - "Harrison Ticket", election ticket, ca. 1840 (1 item)

6

4

Diploma - John Philpot, 1821 (1 item)

7

4

Broadside - Baltimore, "Manege, or Riding Academy", Advertisement seeking subscribers to fund Mr. Victor Pepin in starting a riding academy with Mr. Eugene de Marbais to teach sword and pistol exercises on horseback, 1831, Sept. 21 (1 item)

8

4

David Owen Papers - Miscellaneous Business Receipts, n.d.. (13 items)

9

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1839 (9 items)

10

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1840 (25 items)

11

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1841 (9 items)

12

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1842 (15 items)

13

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1843 Jan.- June (7 items)

14

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1843 Aug. - Dec. (37 items)

15

4

David Owen Papers - Business Receipts, 1844-1847 (3 items)

16

4

David Owen Papers - Business Correspondence, n.d.., 1839-1842 (6 items)

17

4

David Owen Papers - Business Correspondence, 1843 (16 items)

18

4

 

Box 5 Philpot & Randal Family Papers

Susan Isabella Philpot Papers - Incoming letters, n.d.. (5 items)

1

5

Susan Isabella Philpot Papers - Incoming letters, 1827-1838 (9 items)

2

5

Susan Isabella Philpot Papers - Susan Isabella (Stewart) Philpot to Miss Katherine Stedman, n.d.. (1 item)

3

5

Susan Isabella Philpot Papers - Poem to Susan Isabella Stewart (Philpot), n.d.. (1 item)

4

5

Susan Isabella Philpot Papers - Susan Isabella Stewart Travel Diary, Santa Cruz, 1828, May 23 (1 item, also contains pressed leaves)

5

5

Mary D. Philpot Papers - Mary D. Philpot Correspondence, Outgoing, n.d..

6

5

Mary D. Philpot Papers - Mary D. Philpot Correspondence, Outgoing, unknown year January-March

7

5

Mary D. Philpot Papers - Mary D. Philpot Correspondence, Outgoing, unknown year April-June

8

5

Mary D. Philpot Papers - Mary D. Philpot Correspondence, Outgoing, unknown year July-September

9

5

Mary D. Philpot Papers - Mary D. Philpot Correspondence, Outgoing, unknown year October-December

10

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1826-1828

11

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1829-1930

12

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1831-1832

13

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1833-1834

14

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1835-1837

15

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1838-1840

16

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1841-1842

17

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1845

18

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1846-1850

19

5

Daniel Randall Papers - Deposition, 1829

20

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1861-1881

21

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Correspondence, Incoming, 1826-1881

22

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Claims for Slaves Enlisted in the U.S. Army, 1864

23

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Military General Orders Regarding the Draft (printed), 1861-1864 (5 items)

24

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Land Grant, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1838 (1item)

25

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Executor's Account of Estate, 1885

26

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Certificate of Contribution and Membership to the Washington national Monument Society for Alexander Randall (1 item), ca. 1850

27

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Agreement "to hire a negro man or boy George" Owned by Mrs. Deborah Randall, Alexander Randall Executor, 1854, Apr. 26 (1 item)

28

5

Alexander Randall Papers - Miscellaneous Papers, Writings and Deed, 1832-1881 (9 items)

29

5

 

BOX 6 Randall Family Papers & Ambrose Clarke Papers

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Papers - Correspondence, Incoming, 1856-1876

1

6

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Papers - Correspondence, Outgoing, 1861-1893

2

6

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Papers - Correspondence, Typed Transcript of Outgoing Letters from Abroad, June - September 1894

3

6

Elizabeth Blanchard Randall Papers - Will and Executor's Account, 1895

4

6

Blanchard Randall Papers - Correspondence, Incoming, 1891-1936

5

6

Blanchard Randall Papers - Passport for Blanchard Randall and Wife, 1892 (1 item)

6

6

Blanchard Randall Papers - Reminiscences, n.d..

7

6

Blanchard Randall Papers - Papers Regarding Baltimore Museum of Art, 1915

8

6

Randal Family Papers - Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1829-1936 (9 items)

9

6

Ellen Randall Cheston to Katherine R. Cheston, 1896

10

6

Wyatt W. Randall Correspondence, Incoming, 1895-1915

11

6

Susan Brune Randall Correspondence, Incoming, 1922-1933

12

6

Burton Randall Correspondence, Outgoing, n.d.. / 1930

13

6

Daniel R. Randall Correspondence, Outgoing, 1933

14

6

Stewart Family Correspondence, n.d.. (2 item)

15

6

Invoice of the Schooner Mary for Ambrose Clarke, 1803

16

6

Ja[me]s M. Ca[?] to Ambrose Clark, 1807 (pertaining to the leaving of a ship and bad weather)

17

6

Frederick W. Brune Correspondence, 1830-1837; 1874 (3 items)

18

6

Ambrose Clarke Papers - Receipts and Invoices, n.d.. (4 items)

19

6

Ambrose Clarke Papers - Receipts and Invoices, 1796-1805 (25 items)

20

6

Ambrose Clarke Papers - Receipts and Invoices, 1806-1808 (24 items)

21

6

Ambrose Clarke Papers - Receipts and Invoices, 1809-1810 (18 items)

22

6

Governor William Smallwood autograph, n.d.. (1 item)

23

6

Buchanan / Philpot / Stewart Genealogies, n.d.. (10 items)

24

6

Papers Relating to Rebecca Nicholson, n.d..; 1829 (3 items)

25

6

Miscellaneous Receipts, 1802-1926 (7 items)

26

6

Newspaper Clippings Related to Randall Family, 1898-1920 (4 items)

27

6

Correspondent List

Baker, Newton

Barrett, Sally

Belt, Ann

Blanchard, John

Bonafant, Charles

Boon, Benedict

Bozer, Phillip

Campbell, Maria

Chammont, W.

Cheston, Ellen Randall

Cheston, Katherine

Clarke, Maria

Cocky, John

Cole, Anne

Dohme, A.R.L.

Drane, Richard

Ebaugh, Jacob

Ellicott, William

Elliot, Howard

Ellsworth, James

Gore, Charles

Hague, General P.V.

Jacobs, Mary

Johnston, Susan

King, Virginia

Love, R.K.

Merriman, Nicholas

Merriman, William

Pepper, Lee, U.S. Senator

Pereguay, Benjamin

Philpot John

Philpot, Brian, III

Philpot, E.B.

Philpot, Elizabeth Johnson

Philpot, Harriet Belt

Philpot, Mary D.

Philpot, Susan Isabella

Philpot, Thomas

Pickney, Bishop

Porter, Daniel

Randall, Alexander

Randall, Bessie

Randall, Blanchard

Randall, Burton

Randall, Daniel R.

Randall, Daniel

Randall, Elizabeth Blanchard

Randall, Frances

Randall, Judge Thomas

Randall, John

Randall, Susan B.

Randall, Wyatt

Robinson, Alex C.

Scott, Eli

Shafner, Elizabeth

Shafner, P.T.

Steerman, Harry C.

Stewart, David

Stewart, Leticia Jane

Stewart, Mary

Ward & Hoyt

Welles, Gideon

West, Corbin

Whiting, Almon

Willard, Daniel

Wirt, William